Clothes Show: Three new style classes have emerged

Published: 06th May 2009

Clothes Show: Three new style classes have emerged
Style is no longer defined by money anymore, one major event has stated, with fashion being defined into three specific categories.

According to the organisers of the upcoming Clothes Show in London, the new upper class is those who can mix their styles, designers and ranges to create their own looks, using stockings and tights to great potential.

The middle class is clothing from the high street and other designers, lacking individuality yet subscribing to cutting edge trends in hosiery.

Last but not least is the new working class - comfort - with clothes seen as a practicality, such as big relaxing socks.

Gavin Brown, the managing director of Haymarket Exhibitions, stated that people are no longer "pigeon-holed" into categories based on background, with us now having a say in how we want others to perceive us through fashion.

He added: "Class is no longer important and during this economic downturn the amount of money we have isn't either. Instead, the way we choose to dress is now a real indication of the sort of person we are."

The Clothes Show takes place at ExCeL in London between May 29th and 31st.

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